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Bio Thermales Hot Springs

La Palmera, Aguas Zarcas 96-4400, Costa Rica
+506 8397 8259
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Love this place!

We spent 2 nights 2 nights in the treehouse here with our 7 and 9 year old children and loved it... read more

Reviewed 21 February 2017
Marcie L
Sherwood Park, Canada
Worth the drive

We went there on the way from La Fortuna to San Jose, it's just 45min away from there. The entry... read more

Reviewed 10 December 2015
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20 Feb 2017
“Love this place!”
9 Dec 2015
“Worth the drive”
La Palmera, Aguas Zarcas 96-4400, Costa Rica
+506 8397 8259
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Reviewed 21 February 2017

We spent 2 nights 2 nights in the treehouse here with our 7 and 9 year old children and loved it. Our kids had a blast in the big pool with the water slides and we enjoyed exploring all of the smaller pools. It does...More

Thank Marcie L
Reviewed 10 December 2015 via mobile

We went there on the way from La Fortuna to San Jose, it's just 45min away from there. The entry was $6, way cheaper than the hot springs in La Fortuna which charge $50+. We hang out for 2h in a 40 and 33 degree...More

Thank skipper22
Reviewed 14 July 2015

: Brio Thermales Hot Springs was the highlight of our twenty seven day adventure in Costa Rica. We stayed one week in the treehouse, which we highly recommend. The tree house is very clean and lovely, the mattresses are very comfortable, it has a well...More

2  Thank tomandjuliette
Reviewed 7 March 2015

We stayed on property and had the opportunity to enjoy all the hot spring pools. The grounds are well-maintained, and the pools are refreshing. These are not sulfur pools as you may find near volcanoes, but rather fed by deep geothermal springs. The pools and...More

Thank ckckck
Reviewed 4 March 2015

Hot and cool beautifully designed baths with water bubbling up from ancient wells in the mountains under 500 year old trees with monkeys and iguanas visiting. Fabulous owners/adventurers, helpful, generous and meticulous.

Thank Stephan G
Reviewed 15 February 2015

My wife an I spent a wonderful week at Bio Thermales with Kathy and Bernie in Feb 2015. We stayed in the tree-house, which is unique and provided a great deal of privacy. All of the pictures and descriptions were very accurate, so if you...More

1  Thank Edward S
Reviewed 19 June 2014

Took a while to find. Make sure you are speaking with the proprietor. This is a very unique experience for city dwellers. Natural hot springs and lots of NATURE! Nice little cabins to stay in. Just remember you are in Costa Rica. So are the...More

1  Thank Reici
Reviewed 2 August 2013

My friend and I stayed in the Tree House at Bio Thermales for 6 nights. The unspoiled jungle setting and sounds of waterfalls and birds, and the proximity of 8 thermal pools and a swimming pool made for a healing retreat like no other !...More

1  Thank LilyLightbridge
Reviewed 1 December 2012

My daughter and I stayed here for three days in the small Casita. It was a perfect size for us and we absolutely loved this spot! The drive here on the road was very well marked and our GPS actually got us almost to the...More

Thank dasco474
Reviewed 31 August 2012

In our month visit in Costa Rica, we had the opportunity to be immersed in true paradise. Fortunately for us, we planned a weeklong stay at the Bio Thermals with owner-operators, Kathy and Bernie. No website review or boast can prepare one for the genuine...More

Thank Cassandra N
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